Ghanashyam Mohapatra to receive Jayadev Samman

Ghanashyam Mohapatra to receive Jayadev Samman

Bhubaneswar: Eminent Odia film producer and director Ghanashyam Mohapatra will receive the prestigious Shri Jayadev Samman, the highest award in Odia film industry, for the year 2019.
Instituted by Odia Language, Literature and Culture department, the award is given every year for lifetime contribution for the enrichment of Odia cinema. The award carries a cash prize of Rs 2 lakh, a citation and shawl.
Odia Language, Literature and Culture Minister Jyoti Prakash Panigrahi announced the names of the awardees for the 31st State Odia Film award and 8th Odia Telefilm award for 2019 at a press conference here on Friday.
Kalira Atita, a film produced by Nilamadhab Panda, bagged the Mohan Sundar Deb Goswami award for the Best Picture. The award carries a cash prize of Rs 50,000 and a citation. Awards in 25 other categories were also announced with cash prizes from Rs 5,000 to Rs 20,000.
Nilamadhab Panda bagged the Best Director award for the film Kalira Atita and Saroj Parida was nominated as the Best Actor for his role in Khushi while Kavya Kiran was honoured with Best Actress award for Khushi.
Babu Bhaijan bagged five awards, the highest, while Khushi and Salabudhar Badala have received four awards each. Late Kapileswar Mohapatra was awarded for the Best Story for Salabudhar Badala. The Best Music Director Award went to Baidyanath Das for the film Nayakar Na Devdas.
Tribhuvan Panda was honoured with the Best Comedian award for Golmaal and Aishwarya Mishra received Best Child Artiste award for her role in Khushi.
Similarly, awards in 20 categories for Odia Tele film were announced. Kalia Karuchhi Lila bagged the Best Tele film award. The film also got five other awards — Best Producer (Debasis Patra), Best Director (Dr Ashwini Gandaki), Best Actor (Debasis Patra), Best Supporting Actor (Jiban Panda) and Best Editing (Chandra Sekhar Mishra).
Rangila Bohu received five awards — Best Actress (Lipsa Mishra), Best Supporting Actress (Madhusmita Pradhan), Best Supporting Actress Negative Role (Ushasi Mishra), Best Comedian (Shankarsan Pradhan) and Best Child Artiste (Prasidhi Naik).
Sargam was declared as the Best Tele Serial and bagged three other awards — Best Sound Recordist (Abhimanyu Behera), Best Dialogue Writer (Bijay Malla), Best Supporting Actor Negative Role (Suresh Mishra) and Best Director (Chandi Parija).
The awardees for films were selected by a seven-member jury chaired by eminent cinematographer Surendra Sahu. The awardees for tele films and tele serials were selected by a five-member jury chaired by retired IAS officer Rabi Narayan Senapati.

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